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District/county (județ) : Iași

Stema Ciurea

Official blazon

Un scut triunghiular roșu cu marginile rotunjite, tăiat de un brâu undat de argint. În partea superioară se află un clopot cu cruce treflată, de aur. În vârful scutului se află un braț cuirasat care ține în mână un copac dezrădăcinat, totul de argint. Scutul este timbrat de o coroană murală de argint cu un turn crenelat.


The arms were officially granted on June 4, 2014.

The bell symbolizes the Hlincea Monastery, declared in 2004 a historical monument; this monastery is typical due to the bell tower, dating from the seventeenth century.

The wavy bart represents the rivers Frumoasa, Loci, Juvăț, Tinoasa and Nicolina, which cross the locality.

The uprooted tree, held by one arm, refers to the colonization of Serbs in the area, which led to the formation of the locality.

The mural crown with a crenellated tower means that the locality has the rank of commune.

Unfortunately we have no information on the meaning or origin of these arms yet.

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